Andrew Miano of Los Angeles writes: Our band was named “Two In The World” simply because there were two of us in the world. We were together in college for about six months, bound by a shared love of the Indigo Girls and a desire to be masters of the three part harmony. The cut-off shorts were certainly not an idiosyncratic look, as much as the style of the times. This is rehearsal attire. We never played out that way. Our signature look was kilts topped with Dr. Seuss hats. Our big song was called 21 Cows Died Today a ballad based on a true story of 21 local cows that meandered onto a lake in a nearby town and broke through the ice and plummeted to a chilly death. The peak of our career was when we were invited to be the opening act of Dirt Day, the day after graduation celebration attended by many of SUNY Oswego’s students. The crowd was several hundred strong. Problem was that 200 of them were over at the beer truck while a handful watched us.